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The novel starts off a bit awkwardly, but that might be because it's been awhile since I read the first book; I had to rewrap my brain around some of the characters. Regardless, just a few chapters in and I was up to speed. Ramirez captures the rage, the sorrow, the confusion of Dave Pulaski, who is basically caught in the undertow of a secret government experiment to create super soldiers. While Dave is not a part of the experiment, he is caught in the middle of the experiment's aftermath; an accidental aftermath that left the town rife with undead.
I'm not big on zombies, especially zombies in a modern tale, but when those zombies are the product of a virus, I'm on board. All in all, Dead is all You Get was like Resident Evil, 28 Days Later, and The Crazies all wrapped up into one powerful novel.
I reviewed this novel at the author's request, and found it an amazingly literate and literary work of the Zombie Apocalypse ( a subject I generally avoid, because what is new there?) Well, Mr. Ramirez is what is new: his admirable "failed hero," a man who has killed, been unfaithful, despaired, and yet, redeems himself in the eyes of his wife, is a decent father to his "adopted" daughter, is a fast friend to several, and is a protector whenever he can. He is a philosopher and a soul-searcher; a man who has certainly seen some of the worst Death has on offer, and can still grieve, protect, and philosophize on the existence of the soul in the undead.
I reviewed a digital copy provided by the author for the purpose of my fair and honest review. No fees were exchanged.
So looking forward to the next book. Will probably read the series again since I hAve to wait on the walking dead. Everyone and anyone who is a WD fan should read these books.Thank you for sharing your talent.
If you like fantasy, sci-f, horror flicks and the walking dead then is the book for you!
A 5 Star Rea by anybody's standards!
Highly Recommended get your copy today!
I rate a book on how interesting it is & how it pulls me into the story.
A good book is entertaining, not if the commas are in the proper place or the paragraphs all conforms to the English Professor's requirements.
MN1 Robert Briggs